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the state john kerry is saying the united states is reviewing how it gather intelligence. >> as president obama said, very clearly in a recent speech that he gave at the united nations general assembly just a few weeks ago, he said we in the united states are currently reviewing the way that we gather intelligence. and i think that's appropriate. that our goal is always to try to find the right balance between protecting the security and the privacy of our citizens. >> amnesty international says u.s. drone strikes are illegal and could amount to war crimes. human rights group investigated 45 strikes in north west pakistan between january of last year and august of this year.
stories. u.s. secretary of state john kerry falls into a diplomatic row as france accuses u.s. of fighting against its people. >>> years before they can return. >> i'm selena downs, from london, a bus is targeted by a suicide attacker, six are dead. >>> and what a waste. find out why as many as two-thirds of supermarket salads are thrown away. >> france has condemned the u.s. spy program that's reportedly interceptthe phone records of millions of its citizens. the french newspaper lemonde, the new report is based on documents leaked by the former national security agency contractor edward snowden. tim friend has more from paris. >> the timing could not have been worse. as u.s. secretary of state john kerry stepped off the plane in paris he was immediately embroiled in an embarrassing controversy between france and the u.s. the u.s. national security agency had spied on a number of citizens, leading political and business figures as well as terrorists. it prompted this angry response from the french foreign minister. >> translator: i've summoned the u.s. ambassador. >> interrupting that p
jonathan. a german news agency say, secretary of state john kerry was asked about the reports today during a new conference in paris. >> as president obama said in a speech he gave at the united nations general assembly just a few weeks ago, he said we in the united states are currently reviewing the way that we gather intelligence. and i think that's appropriate. and our goal is always to try to find the right balance between protecting the security, and the privacy, of our citizens. and this work is going to continue as well as our very close consultations with our friends here in france. >> the french newspaper lemond claimed the united states monitored documents per month, leaked by nsa rpg edward snowden. >> the timing couldn't have been worse, u.s. secretary of state john kerry stepped off the plane in paris and was immediately embroiled in controversy. ing the nsa spied ofrench citizens according to lemonde, not only suspected terrorists but also leading political and business leaders. it prompted angry response from the french foreign minister. >> i have summoned the u.s. ambassado
as u.s. secretary of state john kerry stepped off of the plane in parent he was emimmediately embroiled in an embarrassing controversy between the u.s. and france. the nsa has spied on millions of french citizens. not only suspected terrorists but also leading political and business figures. at the end of a day of rapid developments, mr. kerry offered this explanation. >> as president obama said very clearly in a recent speech that we gave just a few weeks, he said we in the united states are currently reviewing the way that we gather intelligence. and i think that's appropriate. and our goal is always to try to find the right balance between protecting the security and the privacy of our citizens. >> reporter: earlier the us in had prompted this angry response from the french foreign minister. >> translator: i have summoned the u.s. ambassador, he will come to the foreign ministry this morning. he knew about this since june, and we already took action, but it seems we need to take it further. it's unacceptable, and we need to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: this was sup
this coming thursday, tony. >> mike, thank you. >>> secretary of state john kerry was in paris to meet with arab foreign ministers to talk about syria and the middle east peace process. kerry was asked about iran's role in ending the syrian civil war. >> it's very hard to see how iran can be constructive in the absence of their willingness to come for the purpose of the negotiation. so they accept geneva 1 and want to be constructive to set up a transition government, that's a different issue. until that happens, it would be very difficult to see how it could be constructed. >> as he arrived in paris, he was confronted by new allegations about the extent of u.s. spying overseas. the french newspaper reports that the national security agency intercepted phone calls and text messages of 70 million french citizens in a period of one month's time. this afternoon president obama spoke with french president hollande and acknowledged legitimate concerns about the issue. we'll have much more later in the newscast. >>> many people in sparks, nevada are asking one question tonight. why? they wan
say it couldn't have come at a worst moment, john kerry the u.s. secretary of state is due here today to discuss progress in the palestinian, israeli talks to update colleagues here and he will be deeply embarrassed by the timing of this. >> reporter: one reason they decided to publish today and we know the way the world of journalism first and it's 5:00 in the morning in the american capitol and to word from the u.s. on this i would imagine. >> none being reported in paris so far. but the french foreign minister who is away, the foreign minister's meeting in luxingberg at the moment and won't be meeting the u.s. ambassador directly, a deputy will be doing that. he was unequivocal in demands for an explanation. this is of course been hinted at because we have seen similar revelati revelations from edward snow den, the contractor who decided to leak all these documents. he is now of course in russia where he has been given a safe haven. but he clearly is still seeing the results of the kind of material that he gathered, making itself felt. and incidentally the news agencies are also r
. >> heidi zhou castro, thank you very much. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in france. he is there for talks on advancing the middle east peace process, but those meetings are being overshadowed by a new diplomatictive. france is upset about new revelations of the national security agency and it's surveillance operations. in it case it seems that they are surveilling the french. phil ittner joins us from london, what can you tell us. >> reporter: the same day that secretary of state john kerry arrived in france, an article coauthored by the same man who broke the nsa eavesdropping story, that article published in the french daily "le monde" basically e posing several nsa operations that concerned french population not least of which the claim that some 70 million phone calls or phone records from monitored by the nsa in just one month. that's 70 million in just one month. now the french have responded to this quite angrily. they have summoned the u.s. ambassador to the foreign ministry to explain just exactly what it is that the nsa has been up to. >> phil, is this real an
'i, michigan, texas, north dakota, virginia, and until today new jersey. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in france for talks on advancing the middle east peace process but he is caught in a diplomatictive. france's team is upset over new revelations concerning the nsa and who that agency spies on, which is in this case france. here to tell us more about thesel gas stations, phil ittner. >> reporter: these allegations came out in the french newspaper "la monde." it was authored by the journalist who broke the story along with edward snowden on the nsa surveillance program. it just infuriated the friend. it included things like the information that the nsa collected 70 million phone records over one month, obviously something that the french are very concerned about. while secretary of state kerry is supposed to be in paris talking about the peace process, and the situation in syria this is stealing some of the limelight even so much as the french government have summoned the u.s. ambassador to come toward and explain what the nsa has been up to. >> phil, since the days of mat harry, go
. >>> overseas secretary of state john kerry is in london for the so-called friends of syria meeting. kerry is meeting with his arab and western counterparts trying to make sure that geneva two stays on track. he says there is no military solution to the syrian crisis. >> it is clear that both sides will continue to fight and t fight and to fight. and in the end the greatest victims, the people who suffer the most are the syrian people themselves who are being driven from their homes and killed in the most wonton violence. >> reporter: much of syria's war is now the battle for check points like this. this town rebels break cover and mount their defensive. regime forces fight back, but the rebels prevail. these scenes are being repeated across the country. here the rebels appear to win, but that's not always the case. in the damascus countryside this bee sieged town, violence is immense. even as the fighting continues and planned peace conference finds itself embroiled in controversy. one of the rebel groups has decided it would like to discuss his its talks outside of geneva. meanwhile the
of state john kerry flies into a diploma diplc row as france accuses the united states of spying on its people. >>> controlling a bush fire in australia seems to be working. >>> and living near the fukushima plant told to leave and may not return for years. >>> and more on children in uganda. >>> hello, france has condemned the u.s. spy program that has reportedly intercepted the phone records of millions of its citizens. france foreign minister has reported that the national security agency secretly monitored 70. million phone calls over a 30-day period. it comes after revelations that the u.s. has a vast spying program that french prosecutors are already investigating. france, in fact, is not the only country to voice concern. mexico has called for an investigation into allegations the u.s. spied on its president. >> i've summoned the u.s. ambassador. he will come to the foreign ministry this morning. we have known about this since june and we needed to take action. it seems we need to take it further so it won't happen again. >> what are we expecting from the u.s. and france? is ther
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.s. whistle blower edward snow 10. we are talking in paris the u.s. secretary the state john kerry is saying the united states is reviewing how it gather intelligence. >> as president obama said, very clearly in a recent speech that he gave at the united nations general assembly just a few weeks ago, he said we in the united states are currently reviewing the way that we gather intelligence. and i think that's appropriate. that our goal is always to try to find the right balance between protecting the security and the privacy of our citizens. >> amnesty international says u.s. drone strikes are illegal and could amount to war crimes. human rights group investigated 45 strikes in north west pakistan between january of last year and august of this year. highlighting incidents where civilians were killed. among them the death i've 14-year-old boy. amnesty also documented cases of so-called rescuer attacks where those who ran to help the victims of a drone strike are killed in a follow-up attack. we spoke to one family who were targeted. >> reporter: this is the family, they say the 68-year-old
away from the united states. allegations that john kerry seemed to dismiss after meeting the saudi foreign minister. >> i saw the comments present pd today. before this conversation took place. people need to touch base and get a sense from the prince himself who is the foreign minister exactly how he sees this. >> saudi officals have made clear for years they have been uunhappy with what the obama station has done. calling for the ey egyptian president to stop down. but it's become much more tense lately. the saudis unhappy with the us overtures towards iran and it's refusal to launch strikes in syria. they said they wouldn't take a seat on the u.n. security council. >> whether or not saudi arabia takes a seat on the security council is their own decision. >> there are analysts here in washington warning the obama administration not to take this lightly. i think the americans would make a mistake by underestimating the importance of this decision. the saudis are not people that take risk easily and not make statements that they are not concerned about. >> but there are strong eco
la 7:00 de la noche del martes. el secretario de estado john kerry se reunió con el emisario de siria para la uno le indicó al finalizar que es urgente establecer fecha para la conferencia internacional para la paz en siria. para la reunión se espera que pueda resistir los partidarios del actual régimen y los miembros de la oposición. la fecha propuesta es noviembre de ese año y el tema principal a tratar es el de la transición gubernamental, se considera que el presidente actual, bashar al asad, no tiene la legitimidad necesaria para reunir al país. -vamos a las noticias internacionales del día en el mundo en 60 segundos. >> en la india, que aumentó cero. 15 los muertos pago de una en estampida humana cerca un templo en el centro del país. la mayoría de las víctimas fueron mujeres y niños. -en perú la policía nacional informó que ha identificado más de 50 pasajeros que fallecieron luego que un autobús cayera a un barranco en el cusco. han enviado ayuda médica y psicológica. -la policía inglesa reveló el retrato hablado de los sospechoso involucrado en la desapar
.s. ambassador was at the airport monday morning to greet his secretary of state, john kerry, who's in paris to update colleagues on the progress of the palestinian, israeli talks. things have now turned around in a way that have embarrassed him, because he's no doubt going to be asked about these revelations later on monday. the timing could not be worse. john kerry was describing fraction as the u.s.'s oldest ally because of its willingness to take part in any strike against the regime in syria. that, i suspect has changed somewhat now, with the ambassador being called in. the interior minister says these revelations are shocking and the mat she needs to be taken further, and foreign minister agrees, so during the day, there will be more diplomatic activity between the u.s. and france, and i'm sure lemond will be following up with further details to come. >> mexicos government is condemning u.s. spy programs after learning its leaders' emails were hacked by the n.s.a. a german magazine reports the u.s. got into the email of former president calderone. it's the latest information leaked by
for joining us. secretary of state john kerry traveling to europe early next week to explore ways to end the civil war in syria. international peace conference could be held in switzerland next month. just today, at least 30 people were killed near damascus, after a suicide bombing against syrian security forces and the clashes with rebels that followed. earlier this week, a senior syrian intelligence official was killed by rebels. estimated 100,000 syrians have been killed during the three-year long civil war but extent of the suffering is rarely seen because of the dangers of reporting the story. three arab journalists were abducted in syria just this week. tonight, a rare look inside the war zone by itn's bill neely. we should warn you, some of the images are difficult to watch. >> reporter: it's the soundtrack of a war that claims hundreds every week. hospitals at the heart of it, like the victims, caught in the middle. among the bodies brought here, a mother and her two children. syria's war, like so many, a slaughter of the innocence. this little boy's ribs were broken in the same
in a panama city hotel. >> economic aids will be on the agenda as john kerry meets with pakistani president sharif. white house officials confirm $16,000,000,000 of suspended aid will be restored overcoming months. an iconic artifact has been baud from auction bringing in $16,000,000,000. andrew potter reports. >> it's what makes this vie less than a huge value. this these initials stand for wallace heartley, bandleader on the ocean liner titanic which sank on its maiden voyage in 1912. he and his bland mates played as the ship we want down. it thought this was the instrument he used. >> it represents bravery in human nature the way this young man on the ship stamped and if you will filled their duty after going on the hammer at auction the more than four times the expected value virilities it's not about the cash. it's about what it is. it's the most iconic there is. sits history, a brave man. >> the vie 11 was discovered in an english attic in 2006. there has been fierce debate about authhe knewtity. this auctionier is adamant it's the real thing saying heartley strapped it on to his bod
and powerful. it takes much patience and years of one's career to reach the state of being. consider john kerry. 28 years in the u.s. senate, the loser in abusing the presidential run and now the secretary of state. he is turning his new job into a blizzard of approving headlines and a sense of apparent progress, emphasis on the apparent. he is moving very fast and ticking off things to accomplish on the obama agenda as his boss struggles to burn at his at that time terred legacy. since he replaced hillary clinton in february, no matter is too small for kerry's attention. convincing the syrians to remove their chemical weapons, albeit with a lot of help from vladimir putin. getting them to restart their peace talks and reportedly reaching an agreement with the leader of afghanistan for a deal on the future of the u.s. troops. to top it off, we are negotiating with iran about their stores of uranium. much of this was unthink believe believe -- unthinkable and as john kerry, the former vietnam vet turned anti-war activist really getting it done? some daydreamers are looking at him as ready to try
this evening as secretary of state john kerry meets with the pakistani president this evening. white house officials -- drone strikes that killed pakistan civilians. >>> puerto rico is becoming a major hub for drug smugglers. once drugs are on the i land, they can head right to the u.s. mainland without go through customs. we have the deat a times. >> reporter: this is an unannounced search for drugs. puerto rico has become a major transit hub for south american drugs headed to the united states. according to the police, this is an average find. 15 pounds of pure cocaine. >> translator: the person realized we were here, so they came and left the backpack in the bathroom and just went walking out like any other person. >> reporter: the drug runner lost this cargo. here it's worth $140,000. in miami or new york, it could sell for half a million. >> translator: we must congratulate the dog. he's very efficient and did a good job. >> reporter: the u.s. federal government reports an increase in drug interceptions over the past few years. local authorities say that's only a fraction of what actu
arboth sides are tryit over controversies. >> working to mend a fractured bond. secretary of state john kerry meeting in washington with pakistani prime minister that wanawaz sharif. the u.s. remains concerned about ties about pakistan's intel gedgesintelligence service. the u.s. is beginning to release aid funds that have been froze ebenfor years. on it's own a democracy that is working hard to get it's economy moving and deal with insurge iny and we are happy to have you here mr. prime minister and look forward to the conversationings. prime minister sharif is to meet with congress this week. >> as the one year anniversary of hurricane aid sandy approachs some victims tha say their flood insurance checks are int are not cutting. >> the adjusters who relied on duty computers instead of ex-ebb expertise to cover costs. >> some snow yesterday as we got into northern minnesota over toward lake spheu superior. and snow coming down from north of the canadian bored re bordero get cold air, coldest of the season so fare. coming into parts of the northern mid west. if you didn't see the meteor
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and new jersey which says that governor christie has now dropped his option. >> secretary of state john kerry is, new charges again leaked by former nsa contractor edward snowden. phil edner joins us and tell us about these latest accusations. >> del, these latest accusations were published in french daily lemonde, and the paper that broke the story about nsa edward snowden monitoring the program. not the least of which the announcement that apparently the nsa collect eld phone records on -- collected phone records on 70 million people in just a 30 day period. quite significant there. we have seen things like the u.s. ambassador to be summoned to the french foreign ministry to explain what the nsa mass been up to. del. >> do we expect any fallout from these latest allegations? >> the french foreign minister released a statement saying it was unacceptable, it should stop immediately and cannot be repeated. there is an awful lot of anger coming out of france not the least of which on the french streets. there has been a deep concern about the sheer numbers and volume of the calls that hav
in pakistan in 2011. the move comes as pakistani prime minister shareef met secretary of state john kerry in washington. it's sharif's first trip to the u.s. since he took office in may. >> we have a lot to talk about, the relationship with pakistan could not be more important, on its own, a democracy that is working hard to get its economy moving, and deal with insurgency, and also important to the regional stability. >> a u.s. state department spokesperson said the government has asked congress to approve over $300 million in security assistance for pakistan. relations appear to be showing signs of improvement after a series of major setbacks in recent years. the most significant falling out came when the obama administration failed to consult islamabad for killing osama bin laden on pakistani soil. insurgents have been launching attacks in afghanistan. the militants are believed to be hiding in pakistan's mountainous tribal areas, on the border between the two countries. american combat troops are scheduled to leave afghanistan by the end of 2014. the u.s. expects its security assistan
near reno. secretary of state john kerry arrived in france for talks about the middle east, but wound up answering to new allegations of spying. later president obama told french president that there are legitimate concerns about the issue. president obama addressed the problems plaguing the rollout of the affordable care act. mr. obama says the product is good regardless of numerous issues with signing up on the website. and there will be a house probe on the obama rollout. same-sex couples are getting married in new jersey. the state's top court refused to delay gay marriages any longer. today chris christie withdrew his opposition to the marriages. that's are the heads. "real money" is ali velshi is next. ♪ ♪ >>> reports of a record settlement between the government and america's largest bank over mortgages that led to the financial crisis. but is squeezing $13 billion out of jpmorgan the right way to prevent the next disaster. and patients tracking their own medical data. i'm ali velshi, this is "real money." ♪ >>> this is "real money." you are the most important part of the
. >>> secretary of state john kerry in france it to discuss middle east peace bu. president obama addressed the problems plaguing the affordable care act. he said everything was good despite the problems of online sign up. >>> new jersey governor chris christie withdrew his legal opposition to same-sex marriages. >>> and one of china's largest cities harbin shut down because of choking smog, and declaring air pollution as a major cause of cancer. those are the headlines. i'm tony harris in new york city. inside story is next on al jazeera. >> the nation's biggest bank may be on the verge of paying the biggest penalty t to date in the wake of the financial markets collapse. that's tonight's "inside story." >> hello, i'm libby casey in washington. in the five years since the mortgage security meltdown triggered the financial crisis and the great recession many have wondered whether the big banks on wall street will ever be held responsible for their role. the answer is yes. according to insider reports, an agreements with struck between bank ceo jamie dimon and eric holder. if it holds up hom
, and the president acknowledges the incident raises questions, and in paris, secretary of state john kerry saying protecting our citizens is challenging. >> it's an every day 24/7 365 task unfortunately because there are lots of people out there seeking to do harm to other people. >> it is a small town rape case spurring outrage online. the suspect gave the girl alcohol and then assaulted her at his home when she was drunk last year, and now a special prosecutor is set to investigate the rape. the accused says the sex was consensu consensual. >>> and scientists at columbus university may have good news for people with receding hair lines. the tests have been positive. 5 of 7 cases showed new hair growth on the skin of the backs of the a mouse. for now the research is in its early stages, and it could take years before the folicly challenged among us could be treated. >>> vikings and giants, that's next. >>> and the new york giants calling in a newly retired yankee to do the coin toss for last night's game and he wore a number 10 eli manning jersey. and then moments later, new york bull doses into
to pick up text messages. and secretary of state john kerry happened to be in paris and responded to the report. >> protecting the security of our citizens in today's world is a very complicated and very challenging task and it's an every day 24/7 365 task unfortunate unfortunately, because there are lots of people out there seek to do harm to other people. >> the information came from documents from edward snowden documents. >>> and then a senseless school shooting left two people dead including the shooter. >> active shooter sparks middle school, they have two down and one in the drop aufr area, and suspect is described as wearing khaki pants. >> the armed student killed a math teacher that tried to protect the students. >> the student was pointing a gun at the teacher after the teacher told him to put it down and then the student fired a shot at the teacher and the teacher fell and everybody ran away. >> police say the shooter turpbed the gun on himself. right now the two wounded students are listed in stable condition, and the teacher who faced down the gunman is being hailed
of state john kerry saying protecting the security of our citizens is challenging. >> it is an every day, 24/7, 365 task, unfortunately, because there are lots of people out there seeking to do harm to other people. >>> it's a small town rape case spurring outrage online. the suspect allegedly gave a girl alcohol and sexually assaulted her at his home when she was drunk last year. now a special prosecutor is assigned to reinvestigate the alleged rape of the 14-year-old marysville, missouri, girl. she and her mother recently went public saying the local prosecutor did not do enough before dropping the charges against the alleged attacker last year. the accused says the sex was consensual. >>> scientists at columbia university may have good news for people with receding hairlines. researchers say they have discovered a new technique that can help the millions of men and women that are struggling with hair loss. the results of recent testing have been very positive. five of seven cases showed new hair growth on skin that was grafted to the back of a mouse. the continued hair growth is makin
to al jazeera america. here is a look at your top stories. secretary of state john kerry is in london meeting with world leaders about the war in syria. just moments ago, kerry saying the political solution is the only way to end the conflict. >>> a weaker than expected jobs report is due out today. employers adding 148,000 jobs in september. it was a late report. unemployment dropped to 7.2%. that report delayed due to the government shutdown. >>> police have not yet said what was the motive behind the deadly shooting in nevada. a 12-year-old opened fire killing a teacher and two of his fellow students, wounding two of his fellow students and later killing himself. >>> this next story comes as a bit of good news. >> if drink a cup of coffee is part of your daily grind, it could be an increasingly cheaper habit. and that is thing to increase in production. production this season will exceed demand by nearly 4.5 million bags, and that's on top of a 10 million bag surplus from last year. the packed warehouses are driving prices down. on monday the price tommed to $1.12 per pound. that's
school. he killed a teacher and wounded two students before killing himself. >>> secretary of state, john kerry, is in london, trying to help the problem in syria. >>> and job report out today. 148,000 jobs in september, and unemployment dropped to 7.2%. but that report was delayed because of the government shutdown. >>> a group of young men from iraq are turning a lot of heads in the hip ho hiphop community,y recently performed in dearborn, michigan, they called themselves the step crew and they sat down with us. >> on sunday after, the sounds of hiphop music emanate from the walls of the arab american museum in dearborn, michigan, just outside of detroit. and these young men who traveled here from iraq are taking the center stage. they call themselves the step crew. it's a group of six men in their early 20s, who have embraced urban american hiphop culture through dance. >> it's an opportunity that i can't express. it means a lot. we're really thankful for the opportunity. >> reporter: he was first introduced to hiphop through an african-american u.s. soldier, serving in a small town in
was delayed due to the government shutdown. secretary of state john kerry met with world leaders today about syria's war. certificatey said the political solution is the only way to end the conflict. we want to remind that you www.aljazeera.com is providing special coverage of the plight of syrian refugees, including stories, analysis and video reports of the situation facing millions of syrians displaced by the ongoing civil war. you'll find it all at www.aljazeera.com. those are the headlines. "inside story" is next. >> smog, pollution, bad air quality. by any name you call t it's a major health risk and a growing global problem. you're watching inside story from washington. >> hello, i'm libby casey. the cause of outdoor air pollution is all around us. the manufacturing done by our industries, and the acts of cooking. in some areas it's clear or perhaps not clear. smog is so bad in places like harbin, china, and can be linked to a large. of cancer deaths. we'll lea look at some solutiont first this background. >> when the northeast city of harbin, small particle pollution soared beyond wh
. >>> secretary of state johns kerry is meeting with pakistani prime minister at the state department right now. the drone campaign and the afghan peace process will be on the agenda. >>> the ntsb is in the san francisco bay area investigating the death of two transit workers that were hit b by an out of service commuter train. the bart strike will be part of the investigation if it's deemed rearelevant. >>> florida authorities are trying to figure out who helped itwo down convicted killers walt of prison. the two were captured saturday night at a panama city hoe till. >>> two high ranking navy officers are under arrest. they uncovered a massive over building scheme that provided prostitutes and kick backs. >>> the department of health and human services is apologizing for problems with the website. the federal health exchange website is not meeting expectations and it pr promiseso do better. >>> thesthose are the headlinesd "fault line" is next. you can find us on-line at al jazeera.com. ♪ egal. >> rubio is a rising star in the republican party but it doesn't take long for his speech to be i
to reach a peace deal. u.s. secretary of state john kerry said any attempt by assad to remain in power would only prolong the conflict. kerry said opposition leaders would never agree to assad being part of a new government. >>> international experts examining syria's arsenal of chemical weapons say they're making good progress. inspectors from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons have visited 17 of more than 20 sites. spokes persons for the organization issued a statement explaining how the mission is going. it says inspectors have destroyed equipment used to produce chemical agents and make chemical parts for rockets. they were forced to postpone some checks last week for security reasons, but the experts say they're confident they'll be to visit all of the facilities as planned by the end of the month. >>> forecasters in northeastern china are urging residents to stay inside. they say they expect more smog to cover the city of harbin. fine particles in air have left residents in a haze. the density in some locations was 38 times the level considered safe by the w
calls in their countries. millions of them supposedly. the secretary of state john kerry happened to be in france talking about the violence in syria. he only said that the u.s. is reviewing their intelligence gathering evidence. >> bashar assad tells a lebanese tv station he might consider running for re- election next year. despite a civil war that has claimed 110,000 lives, assad said there is no reason why he should not run again. >> we are just getting started here on 9 news at 11:00. what happened on air force one moments before jfk died. >> and we'll learn more about key events that happened moments before and after president kennedy was assassinated. >> and plus a shocking admission by our areas most prestigious university. >> and chilly temperatures as we are taking up yesterday. tonight not quite as cold. partly because of cloud cover on the way. here is your wake up forecast. 40s and 50s instead of the 30s in the suburbs this morning. but mostly cloudy skies. does that mean there is rain on the way? i'll tell you coming up in chef, you seem less tense since you got spar
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of state john kerry signals a shift on u.s. syri policy. calling foror a traasitional government, and bashar al-assad's removal from office. also, china saying it would be a good idea for the world to as th put it, de-americanize. talking about these issues and more, fox news national security analyst, kt mcfarland, we begin with idea that john kerry is signallin a shift in obam dministration's policy toward rael. your reaction? >> israel, and syria, your head spins they change their mind so often. maybe it a negotiating ttic, perhaps it indicat that things are not going so well with syria. he is looking for an out. lou: and any indication from inspectors that part of this relationship that is now ongoing, is breaking down. >> no but it is always going to be complicatedome, chemical areas are in -- are in areas that are contested where people are fighting. thats not happened yet, there was going to be a lot of break down, a lot of opportunity for things to go wrong including the syrian decides that hole us up lou: tomorrow begins talk, to denuclearize to use the chinese expressio
and this company have been cancelled. >> secretary of state john kerry will meet with pakistani prime minister nawaz sharif this evening. sharif's visit comes as the white house where are confirms aid will be restored to pakistan. it was suspended after relations between the two deteriorated over osama bin laden's capture and drone strikes that killed pakistani civilians. >> transit strikers in california suspended picket lines. the decision came after a train hit and killed two workers near san francisco. lisa bernhald joins us from walnut creek california. >> what have investigators learnt today? >> well, they are just arriving here now. the ntsc has taken over the investigation, and has just arrived at the scene. they are going to hold a news conference in three hours to see what they learnt. the train involved in the accident is still on the tracks here. those ntsv investigate scores say they'll be out on the tracks shortly, taking a look at the safety procedures that led to this incident. bard has interviewed the several people who were on board the train when it hit the two employees on
arrests are expected. >>> now secretary of state john kerry is meeting with port coquitlapakistani primeministert in washington, d.c. this comes as the u.s. decides to renew their aid package to pac pakist. $1.6 billion will be tend t sene country. that aid was stopped as the relations soured in 2007. relations between pakistan and the u.s. have improved enough to allow renewed assistance. the pakistani prime minister will meet with president obama and members of the congress later in the week. lethree issues will come up. money for a major new dam at the border of india. which could bring electricity to 60 million people. u.s. drone strikes have been a major thorn in the relationship. pakistan sees them as violations of their sovereignty. and pacu.s. plans to withdraw ts from pakistan next year. >>> several high level navy officers have been charged in a corruptions scream. thescheme. they are charged with allowing over charging in exchange for kick backs. as well as the contractor ceo and another company official. patty has more from washington. >> al jazeera has confirm the stor
stories on al jazeera, john kerry flies into a diplomatic roe as they accuse the united states of spying on people, we examine insider attacks in the afghan armed forces. new pictures emerge of kenyan soldiers during the west gate mall siege which shows upscale looting and uganda where a mysterious brain disease is affecting thousands of children. ♪ hello, we begin with a developing story out of france where a diplomatic roe is brewing with the united states. the u.s. national security agency is accused of spying on millions of french citizens. and foreign minister called the nsa spy program unacceptable and the newspaper says the u.s. swept up 17 million phone records and text mess j as in a one-month period and based on documents leagued by former contractor edward snow den. >> translator: i've summoned the u.s. ambassador and we knew about this since june and took action but seems we need to take it further and it's unacceptable and want to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: let's bring in tim who is life from paris and that is what u.s. secretary of state john kerry
in going. so there is an awful lot of work for john kerry, william hague and the other foreign ministers from the so called friends of syria meeting in the building behind me. >> reporter: william hague, britain's foreign minister was speaking before the meeting, what did he have to say? >> he said that extremism and sectarian splits in syria are getting worse as the war goes on. i think that is going to be his main line of persuasion, the longer this goes on he will be telling the syrian opposition, the more you are weakened on the ground. therefore it is in your interests to make this geneva peace talk work just as it is in the interest of governments in the middle east and the west. he is also pretty clear and john kerry has been saying the same thing during his diplomacy in the last few days as far as they are concerned neither side can win militarily, there has to be a diplomatic solution. >> reporter: what is your reading of the solution, what is the best we can hope forbearing in mind many of the rebels on the ground do not recognize the western-backed opposition in exile? >> it
an end to the four-day old strike. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in london for the friends of syria meeting. the u.s. is pushing for another round of peace talks but assault and opposition say they will not take part. >>> and as many as 60 fires are raging across new south wales. those are your headlines. i'm del walters in new york. "consider this" is next. and as always check us out 24 hours a day at aljazeera.com. ♪ ♪ >>> a bribery scandal could sink several top u.s. naval commanders. charges that navy ships were sent to certain ports in asia in exchange for high-priced trips, tickets to shows, and even prostitution. are we seeing a worrisome growing trend? plus an nsa faux pas causes an american riff in paris. president obama has to do damage control. >>> and a new nightmare for american parents kids connect with friends over social media, but are the popular websites forcing preteens into very question super boablebehavior. >>> we begin with the allegations of a major scandal in the navy. as serious as these allegations are, al jazeera reports, they are from the on
. >> the u.s. secretary of state john kerry has responded to questions about relations with saudi arabia. this follows reports that the kingdom is rea a assessing their relations with the u.s. kerry says he has already discussed the sawdy' saudi's cos with the foreign minister here during meetings on monday. >> i think they understand exactly what the united states is engaged in. and i reaffirmed president obama's compliment tha commitmel not allow iran to have a nuclear weapon. and i reiterated our position in any george bus negotiation thats are wide open, actions are what will speak to us, not words s and no deal is better than a bad deal. >> while to talk more about this i am joined by hussein. owe is a columnist from the news paper. thank you for being on al jazeera, sir. before we go into the reasons why we are seeing deteriorating relations two enthe u.s -- betwe u.s. and saudi arabia. do they have the full backing of king abdullah? does this reflect the mood in saudi arabia? >> i would like to challenge the reports that have been published not because they do for sure conflict wi
call it war crimes. secretary of state john kerry met with man to discuss the ende syrian conflict, and the jobs report is out, the unemployment rate dropped to 7.2%. the report was delayed due to the government shutdown. >>> a report criticizing the u.s. of using drones to kill its enemies. strikes in yemen and pakistan many say violate international law. the u.s. conducted 364 drone strikes in pakistan since 2004. george w. bush carried out the first drone attack. his administration launched 48 of them in all. after president obama took office the drone strikes increased more than six times the number from the previous administration. talking to the family of a grandmother killed in one of those strikes. >> reporter: this is the family whose 68 mothe 68-year-old mothd grandmother was killed from a drone strike. all they have left of her is this photo from her i.d. card. these x-rays show the injuries sustains by his children during the strike. >> every was working in the field in our crops. that's when the drone hit. when the missiles struck it was so powerful that some of the ch
to cut production in the 12,000 centrifuges currently enriching uranium. secretary of state john kerry said the window of diplomacy was cracking open. the talks are the first since president rouhani this year, seen as a moderate, many believe he will be able to secure a deal with the west after 10 years of stalled negotiations. quick so far, the talks have brought no results because iran's policy has been offensive and aggressive. now, iran's policy is to seek dialogue with the west. but if the west doesn't give a positive response to the approach coming from iran, then iran's return to previous policies will definitely be inevitable. >> tehran has also come under pressure to close the nuclear plant where much of the high- grade enrichment is carried out. moving on to the release of three out of seven aid workers kidnapped in syria on sunday. according to the syrian observatory of human rights, jihadist are to blame. >> relieved, for fellow aid workers have been set free after more than 24 hours in the hands of gunmen. >> we could confirm they were able to get out. we have not spoken t
, she went on twitter later to thank the president, saying. >> secretary of state john kerry is in london for the friends of jair meeting, with counterparts from 10 other country us, the aim to make sure a peace conference stays on track. the u.s. us pushing for more talks to come to the table, but none of the major players including the syrian president and opposition groups seem willing to sit down for talks at this time. speaking in a t.v. interview,al assad said: >> for more now on today's talk, let's bring in aljazeera's filll ittner in london. the fact that the main players don't seem willing to be at the table together seems like an i am pedestrianment to the geneva two conference talks. >> absolutely, stephanie. this is a very difficult situation here on the ground in london. all major governments involved in the friends of syria group are here, but those players on the ground and in the region, a lot of them are not here. let me try to clarify this. keep in mind, this is difficult, because there is so many disparate groups making up the coalition. the national leader
. but the remaining hurdles are real. >>> secretary of state john kerry took in the kabul skyline saturday night as he left afghanistan with an agreement in principles on some key elements of a deal on u.s. troop presence, but not on others. kerry surprise meeting with president karzai was intended to come up with a way to let some troops remain in afghanistan after next year's pullout deadline. >> we have resolved in these last 24 hours its major issues that the president want through, we resolved those issues. >> ifill: left unresolved which country would have legal jurisdiction over the 10,000 u.s. forces that could remain behind if they were to be accused of crimes that issue ultimately derailed u.s.-- similar negotiations with iraq that lead to i a complete u.s. withdrawal there. kerry said that issue is equally critical in afghanistan. >> we need to say that if the issue of jours diction cannot be resolved, then unfortunately there cannot be a bilateral security agreement. >> ifill: but karzai insisted it is not up to him to decide whether to grant american soldiers legal immunity from afghan co
to mend a fractured bond. secretary of state john kerry meeting with washington with the pakistani prime minister. >> we're very anxious to have a series of important discussions over the course of the next few days. >> reporter: leaders of both countries want to improve relations after years of friction. pakistan opposed military activity inside its borders, including both drone strikes and boots on the ground operations like the one that killed osama bin laden. the u.s. remains concerned about ties between pakistan's intelligence service and militant groups operating in afghanistan. the u.s. is beginning to release aid funds that have been frozen for years. >> on its own a democracy that is working hard to get its economy moving and deal with insurgency and also important to the regional stability. so we're very happy to have you here, mr. prime minister, and we look forward to the conversations. >> reporter: the prime minister is set to meet with members of congress this week, and president obama on wednesday. juan carlos molina, al jazeera. >>> several high-level navy officers have b
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